Come check out work from our lab at GSA in Seattle! Former students Ellen Chamberlin (now at Denison University) and Sheila Trampush (now at University of Delaware) will be presenting in Topical Session T92: Tectonics and Sedimentation, Avulsion, and Experimental Stratigraphy, and History of Western North America: A Celebration of Paul Heller’s Career.
The search continues! We’re looking to hire an awesome sedimentary geologists (broadly defined … seriously – we’d be happy to consider applicants from a wide rage of sub-specialties). Note that the position could begin as early as January 2018, but if, for example, you’re a post doc concerned about finishing by then, apply anyway! The […]
Heading to GSA? Check out what we’ve been up to: Evan Greenberg – Monday Poster: Evaluating river response to climate change using channel-bar reconstructions in the Willwood Formation, Paleocene-Eocene, northwestern Bighorn Basin, Wyoming, USA. Liz Hajek – Tuesday AM Talk: Reconstructing bar and channel morphodynamics from ancient river deposits. Sheila Trampush – Tuesday PM Talk: […]